Advertisement

A Resource Balancing Scheme in Heterogeneous Mobile Networks

  • Sangjoon Park
  • Youngchul Kim
  • Hyungbin Bang
  • Kwanjoong Kim
  • Youngsong Mun
  • Byunggi Kim
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 3981)

Abstract

Heterogeneous access networks in B3G networks can provide each proper network service to mobile users. Furthermore, mobile users can use not only a unique access network service, but also different hetero network services by connecting another access network. For using another access network service, mobile terminals must support hetero network system techniques. Hence, by this multiple system modes, mobile terminals are able to implement ISHO (Inter System Handover) for changing the network service. In the heterogeneous access network environment, new resource management can be adopted to control QoS management. In this paper, we propose a resource balancing management scheme by the ISHO to increase the network availability. From the numeric analysis, we compare the proposed scheme with a current scheme.

Keywords

Access Network Mobile User Universal Mobile Telecommunication System Internet Engineer Task Force Policy Decision Point 
These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves.

Preview

Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.

Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.

References

  1. Marques, V., Aguiar, R.L., Garcia, C., Moreno, J.I., Beaujean, C., Melin, E., Liebsch, M.: An IP-based QoS architecture for 4G operator scenarios. IEEE Wireless Communications 10(3), 54–62 (2003)CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  2. Mykoniati, E., Charalampous, C., Georgatsos, P., Damilatis, T., Goderis, D., Trimintzios, P., Pavlou, G., Griffin, D.: Admission control for providing QoS in DiffServ IP networks: the TEQUILA approach. IEEE Communciation Magazine 41(1), 38–44 (2003)CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  3. Needham, M.L., Natarajan, N.: QoS in B3G networks - an overview. In: Proc. of IEEE ICCT 2003, pp. 1369–1372 (April 2003)Google Scholar
  4. Marques, V., Casado, A.C., Moreno, J.I., Aguiar, R.L., Chaher, N.: A simple QoS service provision framework for beyond 3rd generation scenarios. In: Proc. of ICT 2003, pp. 1475–1481 (March 2003)Google Scholar
  5. Zhuang, W., Gan, Y.S., Loh, K.J., Chua, K.C.: Policy-based QoS architecture in the IP multimedia subsystem of UMTS. IEEE Communications Magazine, 17(3) (June 2003)Google Scholar
  6. Yavakar, R., et al.: A Framework for Policy-based Admission Control, RFC 2735 (January 2003)Google Scholar
  7. Salsano, S., Veltri, L.: QoS Control by Means of COPS to Support SIP-Based Applications. IEEE Network, 27–33 (March 2002)Google Scholar
  8. Bruno, R., Conti, M., Gregori, E.: IEEE 802.11 Optimal Performances: RTS/CTS mechanism vs. Basic Access. In: IEEE PIMRC 2002, pp. 1747–1751 (September 2002)Google Scholar
  9. Goderis, D., et al.: Service Level Specification Semantics, parameters and Negotiation Requirements. Internet draft, draft-tequila-sls-01.txtGoogle Scholar
  10. Chan, K., et al.: COPS Usage for Policy Provisioning, RFC 3084 (March 2001)Google Scholar

Copyright information

© Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2006

Authors and Affiliations

  • Sangjoon Park
    • 1
  • Youngchul Kim
    • 2
  • Hyungbin Bang
    • 3
  • Kwanjoong Kim
    • 4
  • Youngsong Mun
    • 5
  • Byunggi Kim
    • 5
  1. 1.Information & Media Technology InstituteSoongsil University 
  2. 2.Dept. of Electronic CommerceYuhan College 
  3. 3.Head office Corporate Strategy Group Management Research Lab, Policy Development Research DepartmentKT 
  4. 4.Dept. of Computer and InformationHanseo University 
  5. 5.School of ComputingSoongsil University 

Personalised recommendations